2024 Honda CR-V


2024 Honda CR-V: Honda Adds New Sport-L Trim to its Best-Selling SUV

June 12, 2023 
  • Honda adds a third hybrid-electric trim level to the 2024 CR-V lineup
  • Well-equipped new CR-V Sport-L features leather seats, power tailgate, wireless Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ compatibility, and wireless smartphone charging
  • Sport-L's bold gloss black exterior accents, rectangular exhaust finishers and Berlina Black 18-inch wheels add style and presence
  • Pricing of 2024 Honda CR-V starts at  $29,500 MSRP for the LX 2WD

The 2024 Honda CR-V will begin arriving in Honda dealerships on June 14 with an expanded lineup featuring a new hybrid-electric powered Sport-L trim to amp up its appeal to young and active buyers. Consistently the best-selling Honda SUV, the Honda CR-V includes three turbocharged trims: LX, EX and EX-L, plus three hybrid-powered trims: Sport, the new Sport-L and Sport Touring. The hybrid-electric models are positioned at the top of the lineup and now represent more than 50% of CR-V sales.

Completely redesigned for the 2023 model year, the award-winning 6th generation CR-V features a rugged and sophisticated exterior, a sporty and modern interior and an emotional, adventurous and fun-to-drive experience. The 2024 Honda CR-V LX 2WD has a starting Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)1 of $29,500 (excluding $1,295 destination charge). Hybrid-electric powered models start with the 2024 CR-V Sport 2WD at $33,350 MSRP.

2024 Honda CR-V Pricing & EPA Fuel Economy Ratings




MSRP Plus $1,295 Destination Charge2

EPA Mileage Rating

LX (2WD)




28 / 34 / 30





27 / 32 / 29

EX (2WD)




28 / 34 / 30





27 / 32 / 29

Sport (2WD)




43 / 36 / 40

Sport (AWD)




40 / 34 / 37

EX-L (2WD)




28 / 34 / 30





27 / 32 / 29

Sport-L (2WD)




43 / 36 / 40

Sport-L (AWD)




40 / 34 / 37

Sport Touring (AWD)




40 / 34 / 37

Exceptionally Well-Equipped 
The new hybrid-electric powered 2024 CR-V Sport-L 2WD ($36,350 MSRP) joins the lineup between the turbocharged CR-V EX-L and range-topping Sport Touring hybrid model. The well-equipped CR-V Sport-L features leather seats, a power passenger seat, front and rear parking sensors and a power tailgate. A 9-inch touchscreen with a physical volume knob, wireless Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ compatibility, Qi-compatible 15W wireless smartphone charging, an 8-speaker audio system and Low Speed Braking Control are also standard.

Bold gloss black exterior accents, rectangular exhaust finishers and Berlina Black 18-inch wheels add style and presence. For better traction management in all driving conditions, Honda's award-winning Real Time All-Wheel Drive with Intelligent Control™ is available.

CR-V hybrid models represent a key step in the Honda electrification strategy. More than 50% of CR-V sales are hybrid-electric models featuring Honda's advanced 4th-generation two-motor hybrid system. Combined system output is 2044 hp and 247 lb.-ft. of torque for a fuel-efficient, sporty and capable driving experience. 

Moreover, the hybrid powertrain brings a major fuel economy rating increase compared to the 1.5L Turbo powertrain, with an EPA city rating of 43 mpg in the city for Sport and Sport-L versus 28 mpg for EX/EX-L, and a combined rating of 40 mpg for Sport and Sport-L versus 30 mpg for EX/EX-L (all with 2WD).

CR-V is America's best-selling SUV of the past quarter century and the best-selling Honda vehicle in every year since 2017.

For more information on the Honda CR-V click here.

CR-V Manufacturing
Speaking to the importance of CR-V in the Honda lineup, the 6th-generation CR-V is built in three plants in North America*, including the East Liberty Auto Plant in Ohio, the Indiana Auto Plant, and Honda of Canada Mfg., continuing the 40-year legacy of Honda's commitment to build products close to the customer. Since 2006, Honda has produced more than 5 million CR-Vs in North America, with roughly half of those built in the U.S. 

* using domestic and globally sourced parts.


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